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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10424, 20 September 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MAKE No Mistake.-It is Mrs Dreaver's Shop with new windows and the loveliest Sailor and Bond Street Hats you ever saw. See thorn inside. . •-.-.■'•■. JUST Opened Out, the very newest things in Millinery, Blouses, Belts, Shirts, duffs and Collars, the very latest Dres3 Materials, New Capes. At Mrs Dreaver's. S PLIGHT'S celebrated Ales, in Bottled quait. and pinta, at all grocer?. l ... ora extraordinary bargains brought forward for To-morrow (Tuesday). TIGER Teas are the only Teas we kuuw tu make man happy an 3 to keen him eo. MONEY Lent on Jewellery, Pimos, ve*«>. Personal, any security ; repayable ins- almentg, otherwise. R. M. Marks, George strret; EAR the Palladino Glove; warranted ' French Kid and Perfect Fittinz. LOASRY S .*' Wahoo " strengthens stomach, simulates liver and kidneys, and invigoST. GEOP.GE JAM.-Onoe tsed, alwayi nred. All Grofipr*. , SK for the Blue Bell Brand of Oatmeal, and see thit you get it. OOK!—Grocers are now keeping Speight s J Bottled Ale and Stout. UMBRELLAS. >ROWN, EWING, AND CO. have just Opened their New Umbrellas, and show only Reliable Makes, the better qualities having very choice sticks and handsomely mounted with silver and gold. Special value at 10/6. • INSPECTION DESIRED. "CIRESH TENDERS are invited till 2 p.m. of *- MONDAY, the 27th Inst., for ALTERATIONS and ADDITIONS to BUILDING in Moray place (lately occupied by Messrs Anderson and Morrison) for the Dunedin Technical Classes Association. JAMES HISLOP, Dowling street. Architect. A LL Ptraons having CLAIMS against the t\. Rev. L. J. HARRISON are requested <o forward same, with the particulars thereof, to F. ZWINGLE MOORE, SoHcitor, 93 Princes street.
WRIGGLESWORTH AND BINN S VICE-REGAL AND LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS, Have determined to issue another series of 2/6 COUPONS, 2/6 Which will entitle the holder to 12 BEAUTIFUL BURNISHED CABINET PHOTOS, And one of W. and B.'s exquisite and unsurpassed ' "MONA" ENLARGEMENTS. On a further payment of 10s at time of sitt'ng. Coupons for sale at Studio for one mouth onlv, but will be available for use till 31st DECEMBER, 1897. Our Country Clients can secure these Coupons by sending postal note for 2s 6J and stamped envelope for .reply. Studio open on Saturday Evenings 7 till 9 for sale of these MARVELLOUS COUPONS, the like of which have never before been offered to the public. RIGGLESWORTH AND BINNS, Octagon, Duned'in. CORPORATION NOTICES. CITY CORPORATION. cations for DRIVERS' LTOENSES for the half-year commencing on the Ist October next must be made to the Inspector of Vehicle Traffic, Town Hall, on or before THURSDAY, the 30th inst. All Carriage and Cart Licenses must also be taken out by the same date. NOTE.—AII Licenses must be taken out in the Borough where the applicant mostly plies for hire. WILLIAM B. TAYLOR, _ ~ ' Town Clerk. Dunedm, 17th September, 1897.
SDUOATIONAL. RAEMAR HOUSE, DUNEDIN. A SCHOOL OF THE HIGHEST CLASS FOR GIRLS. Principals: THE BUSSES MILLER (Certificated and Trained Teachers, London and Paris), assisted by Efficient Staff, including Miss Gellatly, M.A., and Miss Rose Davey, M.A.). A Thoroughly Souad and Advanced Euuoation given. Most Approved Methods of Teaching. Boarders have a Refined Home Life. THIRD TERM Commences on TUESDAY, September 21st, 1897. iOST AND FOUND. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. LOST POLICY. T IS THE INTENTION of this Associaturn, on or after the 18th of October next, to is'uo a certified Copy in place of Policy No. 31,551 on the life of John William Tepone, and which is alleged to have been lost. R. D. MILLER, Actuary. Wellington, 17th September, 1897. JLi Finder please return Cifcv Tram Office. Ufai, in iianover street neighborhood, a I tamo Penguin; caHnot feed itself; requires feeding; nice young bird. Reword if returned to Gordon House, Upper Hanover street. LOST. I»ish Terrier Slnt; liberal reward. .Apply Wain's or Mrs Coates'e, corner Cargill, Victoria streets. LO3T, between Brighton and Caversham, Saturday, Waterproof Cape with fur collar. Fmder kindly return Mr W. Blagdon, Caversham. ditkli>H!Bg-W t U l ill.lJ.U.l.llM.lJl.'ilUJlW.4[i 1 4r „ aav '' Uove ™ Coat Reward with Campbell, Green Island ; or Bull, Dunedin. LOST, in North-east Valler. yesterdav, j. _ G °W Bar Broooh; "Lily!" Please return Lily Dudfield, Dalkeith. KETVARD.— Loßt, between Albany and Frederick streets. Diamond Brooch (one Btone) gone, set in silver. Kindly brine to Watson's Store, Albany street. MEETINGS. VAT 10 N fw DOWLINO STREET. VELAYUTHAM TO-NIGHT (8 o'clock) TO-NIGHT. Realistic Costumes. • Sensational Exhibition, of .Instruments of • Torture, etc. ' SIXPENCE ADMISSION. M R C S£££' of Wellington, will Conduct _„ a SERIES OF MEETINGS in Farley's Hall at 7.30 Every Night THIS WEEK (except Saturday). ■ HE STAR CRICKET CLUB MEETING ~.„ held ,n OI TY HALL on THURSDAY EVENING, not in Choral Hall on WedI neaday Evening as previously aflvertufcifli All • members roll up.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10424, 20 September 1897
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